IAS BMVP Robert Loucks Talk Series: Why Some Arc Magmas Make Porphyry Copper Deposits but Most Are Infertile

12 October 2017, 11.00 AM - 12 October 2017, 12.00 PM

Dr Robert Loucks, University of Western Australia

G27, Earth Sciences

Dr Robert Loucks is one of the world’s leading economic geologists. He founded a mineral exploration consultancy, Geoscience Research, LLC, and has continued research on arc magmatism and metallogeny in collaboratios with numerous major multinational mineral exploration companies. He joined the adjunct faculty of the Centre for Exploration Targeting at the University of Western Australia in 2009 and is an active researcher and supervisor of post-graduate student research on topics related to arc magmatism and related magmatic and magmatic-hydrothermal ore-forming processes.

'Why Some Arc Magmas Make Porphyry Copper Deposits but Most Are Infertile' forms part of a series of talks, the next is due to take place on 26th October.

Contact information

Please contact Dr Loucks' host Professor Jon Blundy, Earth Sciences